New thriller Till Death starring Megan Fox is now on Netflix. Watch the trailer here:
The movie was first released in July and is now available to watch on the streaming service.
Transformers star Fox takes on the lead role of Emma in the horror/thriller/action movie, in which a romantic getaway with her husband takes a very dark turn.
The synopsis reads: "After a romantic evening in their secluded lake house, Emma (Megan Fox) awakens handcuffed to her dead husband.
"Trapped and isolated in the dead of winter, she must fight off hired killers to escape her husband's twisted plan."
It's up to you to judge from that and the trailer whether the film will be the right amount of scary for you.
If you reckon it is, then it could make for decent Saturday night viewing. It has an impressive rating of 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, but a more mediocre 66 percent on Metacritic and 5.8/10 on IMBd.
Predictably, the response on social media has been both extreme and varied:
acting aside, till death on netflix is enjoyable- vulcano (@nayeonxzayn) October 2, 2021
Im watching this movie called "Till Death" on Netflix and I'm like :expressionless: Megan Fox can NOT act!- Beth (@jBethcado) October 3, 2021
Till Death with Megan Fox was goooood I recommend for my Netflix people :joy:- Adriana:cow: (@adddriiianaaa) October 3, 2021
"Till Death" on Netflix is such a wildddddd film!!!! 10/10 watch!- Retired #MatchMama (@AliciaAriesx) October 1, 2021
Watching 'till death' good horror on Netflix :ok_hand:- foxy (@alifoxy81) October 1, 2021
Till death on Netflix is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED :exclamation::exclamation::exclamation:- BoujeeAssArey :green_heart: (@AreyArionaAri) October 3, 2021
that movie "till death" on netflix was terrible. some of the worst acting i've seen in a minute. shame on everybody involved- Locked (@mattfromkempton) October 3, 2021
So yeah, make what you will from that lot.
If you're still undecided, maybe you should just see for yourself - worst case scenario, it's only an hour-and-a-half that you won't get back.
You could also learn a pretty direct lesson from the movie, according to Fox.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she said: "I don't know if it's very philosophical but a lesson from this movie, break up or get divorced before you cheat... doesn't ever work out well for anyone. [Or you] Could end up chained to a dead person."